The former Convent midcourt player earned her first Scotland cap playing in the first three-quarters of their opening match in the Six Nations Cup tournament in Singapore as the Scots beat Malaysia, who are ranked 20th in the world, 48-29 on Sunday.
That victory brought Scotland, who are world ranked 13th, their opening two points in the tournament, which also features Canada, Northern Ireland, Singapore and Tanzania. And victory over Tanzania last night, with Brown again starting, puts Scotland at the top of the table, level on points with Northern Ireland.
The six-day competition is being played at the Toa Payoh Sports Hall in Singapore and Scotland take on the hosts today with a match against Canada scheduled for Wednesday. They then will face current leaders Northern Ireland, who look set to be Scotland’s main opposition, on Friday.
It’s been a whirlwind few months for the teenager, whose parents are both Scottish, after leaving the Island to study at Glasgow University in September. She not only gained selection for the Scotland side but has also been named in the Nation’s under-19 squad as well as winning a place with Superleague team Glasgow Wildcats.